The “Hour of Code” is a global movement to teach kids the importance of developing computer skills. It’s reaching tens of millions of students in more than 180 countries, with some of the program’s most recent participants being the students at Kyrene Traditional Academy in Chandler.
Governing Board members have agreed to provide some financial relief to budget-squeezed Kyrene schools with the restoration of $300,000, which should be available in January.
Traditional wisdom says that students are not especially excited by taking tests.
Wrangler News correspondent Kody Acevedo, a sports journalism major at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School, prepared this video interview with Aztec state champion wrestler Ryan Farina.
Sixteen bright and talented seniors from Corona del Sol High School and 7 seniors from McClintock High School were among those honored at a recent ceremony and reception.
After a successful 10-year tenure as the Kyrene School District’s superintendent, Dr. David Schauer will be retiring in the summer of 2016.
Teachers in the East Valley can receive higher compensation in several nearby school districts, when compared to Kyrene.
With stadium lights blazing and the high school band playing, the Mountain Pointe football team—the Pride–ran onto the field.
Study sessions held by the Kyrene School District give Governing Board members a chance to ask questions of staff, learn more about the operations of the district, and maybe—just every once in a while—an opportunity to hear unexpected good news.
There’s a rejuvenated sense of excitement when Friday nights roll around at Corona del Sol High School.